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November 8, 2019 November 1, 2019 October 25, 2019 October 18, 2019 October 11, 2019 October 4, 2019 September 28, 2019 September 20, 2019 September 13, 2019 September 6, 2019 September 3, 2019 August 23, 2019 August 15, 2019       Starting Strong 2019-2020 November 13, 2019 October 30, 2019 October 23, 2019 October 16, 2019 October 10, 2019 October 2, 2019 September 25, 2019 September 17, 2019 September 12, 2019 September 4, 2019 August 21, 2019 August 8, 2019  

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  2018 - 2019 School Year June 14, 2019 June 7, 2019 May 31, 2019 May 24, 2019 May 20, 2019 May 10, 2019 May 3, 2019 April 26, 2019 April 19, 2019 April 14, 2019 March 24, 2019 March 15, 2019 March 8, 2019 March 1, 2019 February 22, 2019 February 8, 2019 February 1, 2019 January 25, 2019 January 18, 2019 January 11, 2019 January 4, 2019 December 14, 2018 December 7, 2018 November 30, 2018 November 16, 2018 November 2, 2018 October 26, 2018 October 19, 2018 October 15, 2018 October 5, 2018 September 28, 2018 September 21, 2018 September 7, 2018 August 29, 2018 August 23, 2018   Starting Strong 2018-2019 Registration Help - Starting Strong - December 21, 2018 Four Ways You Can Start Strong for Your Student - Starting Strong - December 4, 2018 Sufficient Energy Coiled - Starting Strong - November 29, 2018 Use Insights to Reduce Stress for Your Family - Starting Strong - November 15, 2018 Asking For Help - Starting Strong - November 7, 2018 What Teens Need From Their Social Connections - Starting Strong - October 31, 2018 Key Social Emotional Skills - Starting Strong - October 24, 2018 Building Networks Shapes Key Skills - Starting Strong - October 17, 2018 What Went Well - Starting Strong - October 11, 2018 Hints & Insights - Starting Strong - October 4, 2018 Five Tools for Success - Starting Strong - September 27, 2018 Teaching Strategies - Starting Strong - September 19, 2018 Tutorial - Starting Strong - September 13, 2018 Welcome - Starting Strong - September 12, 2018

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2017 - 2018 School Year June 15, 2018 June 8, 2018 June 1, 2018 May 18, 2018a May 11, 2018 May 4, 2018 April 27, 2018 April 20, 2018 April 14, 2018 March 30, 2018 March 23, 2018 March 16, 2018 March 9, 2018 March 2, 2018 February 16, 2018 February 9, 2018 February 2, 2018 January 26, 2018 January 19, 2018 January 12, 2018 January 5, 2018   Five to Thrive-Cognitive & Emotional Competencies Five-to-Thrive Hormones, Brains and Patience Five-to-Thrive - Social Connections Five to Thrive-Concrete Support Five-to-Thrive Resilience   December 8, 2017 December 1, 2017 November 27, 2017 November 13, 2017 October 20, 2017 October 13, 2017 October 6, 2017 September 29, 2017 September 22, 2017 September 8, 2017 September 1, 2017 August 9, 2017

Daily Bulletin – Monday, November 18, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Monday, November 18, 2019   Tuesday, November 19, 2019: SEL Special Bell Schedule   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other   This month SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) will present a panel titled, "Don't Touch My Hair" and other experiences of being black at Newport. Join in the discussion Tuesday, November 19th at 3:30pm in room 2103. Snacks will be provided.   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal   Come join STEM League’s first meeting of the year Monday, November 18th in room 3118 at 3:40pm. STEM League seeks to promote outreach events within the community and within our meetings you can look forward to fun experiments and listen to guest speakers share their experiences within various STEM career fields.   This Week’s Events Seniors: If you missed the Senior Meeting, you can pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Turn in your Jostens order at Newport on Monday and Tuesday during both lunches to avoid the $11.95 shipping and handling fee. Otherwise, you can mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   First Day for All Other Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   General Information Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 15, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 15, 2019   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other   This month SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) will present a panel titled, "Don't Touch My Hair" and other experiences of being black at Newport. Join in the discussion Tuesday, November 19th at 3:30pm in room 2103. Snacks will be provided.   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal   Come join STEM League’s first meeting of the year Monday, November 18th in room 3118 at 3:40pm. STEM League seeks to promote outreach events within the community and within our meetings you can look forward to fun experiments and listen to guest speakers share their experiences within various STEM career fields.   2019 Green Genius Cafeteria Challenge is TODAY, Friday, November 15, 2019! The Eco Club is challenging YOU to produce less waste! We will be weighing trash and compost following both lunches, and the school with the least amount wins a prize! You’ve got this Newport!   This Week’s Events Seniors: If you missed today’s Senior Meeting, you can pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Turn in your Jostens order at Newport on Monday and Tuesday during both lunches to avoid the $11.95 shipping and handling fee. Otherwise, you can mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   Last chance to audition for the spring talent show is today, November 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the theater display board, by the theater.  You do not need to sign up, but those who do will be seen first!   First Day for All Other Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   General Information Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Friday, November 15th
  • Landmark College – 11:45am
Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures  

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, November 14, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, November 14, 2019   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other   Do You Know Someone Who Wants to Help Teens Thrive? We have openings at Newport for several part-time General Education Assistant positions. They all play key roles in helping our students thrive. If you know someone who might shine in these jobs, please pass this message along. The job description states General School Assistant, but there are the many roles that we may ask these employees to participate in, including instructional support for math and English-language learners, attendance support; parking lot walk through, and lunch monitors. A few advantages to the job include limited hours and a schedule that matches school calendars; job experience in the Education field; and an easy commute for those in our neighborhood. Apply at Bellevue School District and email Keith Altenhof, NHS Assistant Principal   Seniors: If you missed today’s Senior Meeting, you can pick up a Jostens Graduation Packet in the Main Office. Packets include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  Turn in your Jostens order at Newport on Monday and Tuesday during both lunches to avoid the $11.95 shipping and handling fee. Otherwise, you can mail in your order to the address on the order form, or order online at www.jostens.com making sure to select Newport High School in Bellevue (there are many Newport High Schools all over the country).   If you like funny jokes or ever wondered want to know what Improv is then come to the Hogan Cup Improv Show Thursday, November 14, 2019, at 7pm in PAC. Tickets are $5.     This Week’s Events Last chance to audition for the spring talent show is today, November 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the theater display board, by the theater.  You do not need to sign up, but those who do will be seen first!   First Day for All Other Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   General Information Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   Senior Parents - Grad Knight 2020 registration: http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information.   Friday, November 15th
  • Landmark College – 11:45am
Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, November 13, 2019   New Information NHS Resources – Let's Take Care of Each Other   Talent Show Auditions for the spring talent show are today, November 13th & tomorrow, November 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the theater display board, by the theater.  You do not need to sign up, but those who do will be seen first!   First Day for All Other Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym  First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club  First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   Seniors: There will be a Senior Class Meeting and 2020 Class Photo on TODAY, November 13, 1:00pm in the Main Gym.  Mike Annis, our Jostens Rep, will be here to hand out senior graduation packets that include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  He will return on Monday and Tuesday of the following week to collect your orders during lunch time.  Don’t miss this important meeting, and of course, we want our whole class in the 2020 group photo!   Senior Parents: Grad Knight 2020 registration is now open!  Graduation this year will be on June 16 at 8pm held in Alaska Airlines Arena at the University of Washington.  Grad Knight will directly follow. See http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   This Week’s Events Our Senior Class is putting on a staff and student 3v3 basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school.  There are several student teams already signed up, and a few of you expressed interest in playing. The senior class would love to have a few more teams sign up to make their 3v3 tournament great.  Please email me (landauc@bsd405.org) and let me know who is on your team so that the seniors can really get the planning going.   Deborah Kraft, the Director of K-12 Counseling for the Bellevue School District, will be leading a discussion on the Bellevue School District’s new Signs of Suicide (SOS) program. This suicide prevention program is being implemented in all of Bellevue’s public secondary schools. Deborah will be joined by a panel that includes program staff and Middle and High School counselors.  Session offered is in the Rainier Room at WISC: Registration link November 14th 7:00pm-8:00pm https://tinyurl.com/y5bse6rq   General Information Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: The Newport High School PTSA encourages all students to "Look Within" and express their creativity through the National PTA Reflections program. Students are encouraged to submit original work inspired by this theme "Look Within" in a wide variety of areas. Newport High School will be accepting entries in 2-D Visual Arts, Photography, Literature, Dance Choreography, Film Production, and Music Composition. Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Friday, November 15th
  • Landmark College – 11:45am
Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, November 12, 2019   New Information First Day for Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   Seniors: There will be a Senior Class Meeting and 2020 Class Photo on Wednesday, November 13, 1:00pm in the Main Gym.  Mike Annis, our Jostens Rep, will be here to hand out senior graduation packets that include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  He will return on Monday and Tuesday of the following week to collect your orders during lunch time.  Don’t miss this important meeting, and of course, we want our whole class in the 2020 group photo!   Every year music students from across the region submit audition recordings for All-State Honor groups. We just received word that the following Newport students were selected this year for All-State – congratulations to all of them!
  • All-State Concert Band: Antonia Cai (clarinet), Bryan Kim (clarinet), Jeffrey Kwan (horn), Emma Tong (flute), Harvey Yang (bass)
  • All-State Treble Choir: Glory Burford, Nithya Kemp, Sophia Mabale Klenetsky, Hermione Padua, Kiara Prabhu, Ilsa Weigel
  • All-State Symphony Orchestra: Daniel Hu (viola), Miki Kusunose (violin), Amy Lu (viola), Kenneth Ma (bass), Jason Menor (trumpet), Cailin Singleton (bass), Ike Wongkaew (cello), Kevin Wu (cello), Joy Zou (violin)
  • All-State Symphonic Choir: Anna Bencke, Cynthia Gao, Ellen Jin, Brian Los, Soorya Swaminathan, Catherine Zhu
  • All-State Chamber Orchestra: Justin Chen (viola), Maggie Yu (violin)
  • All-State Jazz Choir: Lucie Beraud. Jerry Li, Marques Locke
In addition to All-State, a few band students were also selected for other regional groups. Congratulations to Hana Sugihara (flute) for being selected to the Western International Band Clinic Honor Band, and to Vaughn Rhinehart (trumpet) for being selected to the Pacific Lutheran University Honor Band. We are proud of all of our music students – keep up the amazing work!   Senior Parents: Grad Knight 2020 registration is now open!  Graduation this year will be on June 16 at 8pm held in Alaska Airlines Arena at the University of Washington.  Grad Knight will directly follow. See http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   This Week’s Events The Class of 2020 is hoping to host a 3 on 3 staff and student basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school. There will be 12 teams in the tournament, and each team can have a maximum of 5 players. Email Ms. Landau (landauc@bsd405.org) with the names of everyone on your team. You will then be included on the team list outside room 2123 and Ms. Landau will get the team members the necessary paperwork with permission slips (for students) and a PDF with the tournament rules. There will be a maximum of 30 students and 30 staff players. Students pay 5 dollars entry fee (we’ll collect at the tournament) to play and staff can play for free (or a donation if you’d like). Here are some rules to consider.
  • -No varsity basketball players on the teams – but we’d love to have you help ref.
  • -JV and c team players can play, but only one player per team
  • -no single gender teams
  • Sign up fast! First come first serve!
  Deborah Kraft, the Director of K-12 Counseling for the Bellevue School District, will be leading a discussion on the Bellevue School District’s new Signs of Suicide (SOS) program. This suicide prevention program is being implemented in all of Bellevue’s public secondary schools. Deborah will be joined by a panel that includes program staff and Middle and High School counselors.  Session offered is in the Rainier Room at WISC: Registration link November 14th 7:00pm-8:00pm https://tinyurl.com/y5bse6rq   General Information Talent Show Auditions! Do you have a special talent - sing, dance, speed paint, play an instrument, ride a unicycle? If so, audition for the spring talent show. Auditions are November 13th & 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the theater display board, by the theater.  You do not need to sign up, but those who do will be seen first!   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: The Newport High School PTSA encourages all students to "Look Within" and express their creativity through the National PTA Reflections program. Students are encouraged to submit original work inspired by this theme "Look Within" in a wide variety of areas. Newport High School will be accepting entries in 2-D Visual Arts, Photography, Literature, Dance Choreography, Film Production, and Music Composition. Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Friday, November 15th
  • Landmark College – 11:45am
Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School

Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 8, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Friday, November 8, 2019   No School – Veterans Day - Monday, November 11th   New Information First Day of Gymnastics – Monday, November 11, 2019 First Practice - 10AM – 1PM @ Gymnastics East Head Coach - Stacy Rendon – nemchers@bsd405.org   First Day for All Other Winter Sports – Monday, November 18th, 2019 Boys Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice - 4pm – Main Gym Head Coach - Mark Prince – princem@bsd405.org   Girls Basketball – Newport Main Gym First Practice – 6pm Main Gym Head Coach - Cuong Luu – luuc@bsd05.org   Boys Swim and Dive – Edgebrook Swim and Tennis Club First Practice – 4-5pm OR 7-8pm - Edgebrook Club Head Coach - Eric Bartleson – bartlesone@bsd405.org   Boys and Girls Wrestling – Outside Gym First Practice – 4pm - Outside Gym Head Coach - Michael Chenoweth – chenowethm@bsd405.org   Seniors: There will be a Senior Class Meeting and 2020 Class Photo on Wednesday, November 13, 1:00pm in the Main Gym.  Mike Annis, our Jostens Rep, will be here to hand out senior graduation packets that include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  He will return on Monday and Tuesday of the following week to collect your orders during lunch time.  Don’t miss this important meeting, and of course, we want our whole class in the 2020 group photo!   The Art in Action Club would like to invite you to an evening of painting, food and fun. On November 19th they will host an Oil Painting Fundraiser here at NHS from 4-7:30pm. The cost of the event covers hands on instruction, oil paints, canvas and dinner. You can buy tickets at lunch November 4th -8th for $25. Teachers, Parents and Students are all welcome to participate. Limited space available… contact Mrs. Bitter (bitterJ@bsd405.org) for details.   Every year music students from across the region submit audition recordings for All-State Honor groups. We just received word that the following Newport students were selected this year for All-State – congratulations to all of them!
  • All-State Concert Band: Antonia Cai (clarinet), Bryan Kim (clarinet), Jeffrey Kwan (horn), Emma Tong (flute), Harvey Yang (bass)
  • All-State Treble Choir: Glory Burford, Nithya Kemp, Sophia Mabale Klenetsky, Hermione Padua, Kiara Prabhu, Ilsa Weigel
  • All-State Symphony Orchestra: Daniel Hu (viola), Miki Kusunose (violin), Amy Lu (viola), Kenneth Ma (bass), Jason Menor (trumpet), Cailin Singleton (bass), Ike Wongkaew (cello), Kevin Wu (cello), Joy Zou (violin)
  • All-State Symphonic Choir: Anna Bencke, Cynthia Gao, Ellen Jin, Brian Los, Soorya Swaminathan, Catherine Zhu
  • All-State Chamber Orchestra: Justin Chen (viola), Maggie Yu (violin)
  • All-State Jazz Choir: Lucie Beraud. Jerry Li, Marques Locke
In addition to All-State, a few band students were also selected for other regional groups. Congratulations to Hana Sugihara (flute) for being selected to the Western International Band Clinic Honor Band, and to Vaughn Rhinehart (trumpet) for being selected to the Pacific Lutheran University Honor Band. We are proud of all of our music students – keep up the amazing work!   Senior Parents: Grad Knight 2020 registration is now open!  Graduation this year will be on June 16 at 8pm held in Alaska Airlines Arena at the University of Washington.  Grad Knight will directly follow. See http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   This Week’s Events Newport Ski Swap is Saturday, November 9th and Sunday, November 10th at Newport High School. The Ski Swap is a 100% volunteer run event, and the ongoing success of the Swap depends on those volunteers.  The Newport High School Community is an amazing group of people, and we are calling you again to show your pride and commitment to the school. Please visit the Newport Ski Swap website and sign up for whatever time you can give.  Community service hours are offered. No experience is necessary!   The Class of 2020 is hoping to host a 3 on 3 staff and student basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school. There will be 12 teams in the tournament, and each team can have a maximum of 5 players. Email Ms. Landau (landauc@bsd405.org) with the names of everyone on your team. You will then be included on the team list outside room 2123 and Ms. Landau will get the team members the necessary paperwork with permission slips (for students) and a PDF with the tournament rules. There will be a maximum of 30 students and 30 staff players. Students pay 5 dollars entry fee (we’ll collect at the tournament) to play and staff can play for free (or a donation if you’d like). Here are some rules to consider.
  • -No varsity basketball players on the teams – but we’d love to have you help ref.
  • -JV and c team players can play, but only one player per team
  • -no single gender teams
  • Sign up fast! First come first serve!
  Deborah Kraft, the Director of K-12 Counseling for the Bellevue School District, will be leading a discussion on the Bellevue School District’s new Signs of Suicide (SOS) program. This suicide prevention program is being implemented in all of Bellevue’s public secondary schools. Deborah will be joined by a panel that includes program staff and Middle and High School counselors.  Session offered is in the Rainier Room at WISC: Registration link November 14th 7:00pm-8:00pm https://tinyurl.com/y5bse6rq   General Information Talent Show Auditions! Do you have a special talent - sing, dance, speed paint, play an instrument, ride a unicycle? If so, audition for the spring talent show. Auditions are November 13th & 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the theater display board, by the theater.  You do not need to sign up, but those who do will be seen first!   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: The Newport High School PTSA encourages all students to "Look Within" and express their creativity through the National PTA Reflections program. Students are encouraged to submit original work inspired by this theme "Look Within" in a wide variety of areas. Newport High School will be accepting entries in 2-D Visual Arts, Photography, Literature, Dance Choreography, Film Production, and Music Composition. Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.    Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Friday, November 8th
  • Carroll College (Montana) & University of Hawaii at Manoa – 12:40pm
Friday, November 15th
  • Landmark College – 11:45am
Monday, November 18th
  • Western Oregon University – 3pm
Tuesday, November 26th
  • Northwest College of Art & Design – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, November 7, 2019

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, November 7, 2019 No School – Veterans Day - Monday, November 11th   New Information Seniors: There will be a Senior Class Meeting and 2020 Class Photo on Wednesday, November 13, 1:00pm in the Main Gym.  Mike Annis, our Jostens Rep, will be here to hand out senior graduation packets that include information on how to order your caps & gown package along with other grad products you may want to purchase such as graduation announcements, class rings, etc.  He will return on Monday and Tuesday of the following week to collect your orders during lunch time.  Don’t miss this important meeting, and of course, we want our whole class in the 2020 group photo!   The Art in Action Club would like to invite you to an evening of painting, food and fun. On November 19th they will host an Oil Painting Fundraiser here at NHS from 4-7:30pm. The cost of the event covers hands on instruction, oil paints, canvas and dinner. You can buy tickets at lunch November 4th -8th for $25. Teachers, Parents and Students are all welcome to participate. Limited space available… contact Mrs. Bitter (bitterJ@bsd405.org) for details.   Every year music students from across the region submit audition recordings for All-State Honor groups. We just received word that the following Newport students were selected this year for All-State – congratulations to all of them!
  • All-State Concert Band: Antonia Cai (clarinet), Bryan Kim (clarinet), Jeffrey Kwan (horn), Emma Tong (flute), Harvey Yang (bass)
  • All-State Treble Choir: Glory Burford, Nithya Kemp, Sophia Mabale Klenetsky, Hermione Padua, Kiara Prabhu, Ilsa Weigel
  • All-State Symphony Orchestra: Daniel Hu (viola), Miki Kusunose (violin), Amy Lu (viola), Kenneth Ma (bass), Jason Menor (trumpet), Cailin Singleton (bass), Ike Wongkaew (cello), Kevin Wu (cello), Joy Zou (violin)
  • All-State Symphonic Choir: Anna Bencke, Cynthia Gao, Ellen Jin, Brian Los, Soorya Swaminathan, Catherine Zhu
  • All-State Chamber Orchestra: Justin Chen (viola), Maggie Yu (violin)
  • All-State Jazz Choir: Lucie Beraud. Jerry Li, Marques Locke
In addition to All-State, a few band students were also selected for other regional groups. Congratulations to Hana Sugihara (flute) for being selected to the Western International Band Clinic Honor Band, and to Vaughn Rhinehart (trumpet) for being selected to the Pacific Lutheran University Honor Band. We are proud of all of our music students – keep up the amazing work!   Senior Parents: Grad Knight 2020 registration is now open!  Graduation this year will be on June 16 at 8pm held in Alaska Airlines Arena at the University of Washington.  Grad Knight will directly follow. See http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com     This Week’s Events Newport Ski Swap is Saturday, November 9th and Sunday, November 10th at Newport High School. The Ski Swap is a 100% volunteer run event, and the ongoing success of the Swap depends on those volunteers.  The Newport High School Community is an amazing group of people, and we are calling you again to show your pride and commitment to the school. Please visit the Newport Ski Swap website and sign up for whatever time you can give.  Community service hours are offered. No experience is necessary!   The Class of 2020 is hoping to host a 3 on 3 staff and student basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school. There will be 12 teams in the tournament, and each team can have a maximum of 5 players. Email Ms. Landau (landauc@bsd405.org) with the names of everyone on your team. You will then be included on the team list outside room 2123 and Ms. Landau will get the team members the necessary paperwork with permission slips (for students) and a PDF with the tournament rules. There will be a maximum of 30 students and 30 staff players. Students pay 5 dollars entry fee (we’ll collect at the tournament) to play and staff can play for free (or a donation if you’d like). Here are some rules to consider.
  • -No varsity basketball players on the teams – but we’d love to have you help ref.
  • -JV and c team players can play, but only one player per team
  • -no single gender teams
  • Sign up fast! First come first serve!
  Deborah Kraft, the Director of K-12 Counseling for the Bellevue School District, will be leading a discussion on the Bellevue School District’s new Signs of Suicide (SOS) program. This suicide prevention program is being implemented in all of Bellevue’s public secondary schools. Deborah will be joined by a panel that includes program staff and Middle and High School counselors.  Session offered is in the Rainier Room at WISC: Registration link November 14th 7:00pm-8:00pm https://tinyurl.com/y5bse6rq   General Information Talent Show Auditions! Do you have a special talent - sing, dance, speed paint, play an instrument, ride a unicycle? If so, audition for the spring talent show. Auditions are November 13th & 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the theater display board, by the theater.  You do not need to sign up, but those who do will be seen first!   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.   REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: The Newport High School PTSA encourages all students to "Look Within" and express their creativity through the National PTA Reflections program. Students are encouraged to submit original work inspired by this theme "Look Within" in a wide variety of areas. Newport High School will be accepting entries in 2-D Visual Arts, Photography, Literature, Dance Choreography, Film Production, and Music Composition. Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Thursday, November 7th
  • Rhode Island School of Design – 11:15am
Friday, November 8th
  • Carroll College (Montana) & University of Hawaii at Manoa – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School

Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, November 6, 2019   

Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, November 6, 2019 New Information Newport Ski Swap is Saturday, November 9th and Sunday, November 10th at Newport High School. The Ski Swap is a 100% volunteer run event, and the ongoing success of the Swap depends on those volunteers.  The Newport High School Community is an amazing group of people, and we are calling you again to show your pride and commitment to the school. Please visit the Newport Ski Swap website and sign up for whatever time you can give.  Community service hours are offered. No experience is necessary! This Week’s Events The Class of 2020 is hoping to host a 3 on 3 staff and student basketball tournament on Wednesday December 4th after school. There will be 12 teams in the tournament, and each team can have a maximum of 5 players. Email Ms. Landau (landauc@bsd405.org) with the names of everyone on your team. You will then be included on the team list outside room 2123 and Ms. Landau will get the team members the necessary paperwork with permission slips (for students) and a PDF with the tournament rules. There will be a maximum of 30 students and 30 staff players. Students pay 5 dollars entry fee (we’ll collect at the tournament) to play and staff can play for free (or a donation if you’d like). Here are some rules to consider.
  • -No varsity basketball players on the teams – but we’d love to have you help ref.
  • -JV and c team players can play, but only one player per team
  • -no single gender teams
  • Sign up fast! First come first serve!
The Art in Action Club would like to invite you to an evening of painting, food and fun. On November 19th they will host an Oil Painting Fundraiser here at NHS from 4-7:30pm. The cost of the event covers hands on instruction, oil paints, canvas and dinner. You can buy tickets at lunch November 4th -8th for $25. Teachers, Parents and Students are all welcome to participate. Limited space available… contact Mrs. Bitter (bitterJ@bsd405.org) for details.  If you are you interested in competing in local and online programming contests such as USACO then join Programming Competition Club! We meet every Thursday after school in room 2114. The first meeting is next Thursday, November 7th.   Deborah Kraft, the Director of K-12 Counseling for the Bellevue School District, will be leading a discussion on the Bellevue School District’s new Signs of Suicide (SOS) program. This suicide prevention program is being implemented in all of Bellevue’s public secondary schools. Deborah will be joined by a panel that includes program staff and Middle and High School counselors.  Two sessions are offered, both sessions are in the Rainier Room at WISC. Registration links are: November 7th 11:30am-1:00pm https://tinyurl.com/yyxjehp9 (lite lunch provided) & November 14th 7:00pm-8:00pm https://tinyurl.com/y5bse6rq   General Information Talent Show Auditions! Do you have a special talent - sing, dance, speed paint, play an instrument, ride a unicycle? If so, audition for the spring talent show. Auditions are November 13th & 14th in the green room (1207). Show dates are in the spring. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Nonis at nonisj@bsd405.org.   Newport Class of 2020 Baby Ads! It is time to submit senior baby ads for the 2020 yearbook. A senior baby ad consists of a photo of the senior as a baby/young child and includes a quote or short passage. Deadline for submission is Friday, January 10, 2020. Click here for detailed instructions: NHS Baby Ads 2020   The Newport Library is hosting a school NaNoWriMo; Nanno-wha? National Novel Writing Month - every Friday, starting November 1st – 3:30 to 4:30pm in the library. The goal is to get 50,000 words on the page in 30 days. For more information, check out the Newport website.    REFLECTIONS PROGRAM - LOOK WITHIN: The Newport High School PTSA encourages all students to "Look Within" and express their creativity through the National PTA Reflections program. Students are encouraged to submit original work inspired by this theme "Look Within" in a wide variety of areas. Newport High School will be accepting entries in 2-D Visual Arts, Photography, Literature, Dance Choreography, Film Production, and Music Composition. Complete rules and entry can be found HERE. Entries will be accepted in the NHS Main Office through the end of school on Friday, November 22nd. Questions? Contact Emilie Castle at emiliecastle@gmail.com.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all subjects. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   What does the King County Library mean to you? Share your library story in a two-minute film and win up to $1,000 and the chance to premiere your film at KCLS Reel Fest in March 2020! For more information, click here!   Senior Parents: Grad Knight 2020 registration is now open!  Graduation this year will be on June 16 at 8pm held in Alaska Airlines Arena at the University of Washington.  Grad Knight will directly follow. See http://gradknight.com/ for more information and links to register. If you are interested in an installment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com   College Corp is here to help you with the essay portion of your college application. Come to the library after school on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 3pm to 4pm. Pick up your school pictures in the main office before school, during your lunch, or after school.   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs & KCLS ReelFest: Film Contest and Festival   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information. Tuesday, November 5th
  • Lafayette College & Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences – 11:45am
  Thursday, November 7th
  • Rhode Island School of Design – 11:15am
  Friday, November 8th
  • Carroll College (Montana) & University of Hawaii at Manoa – 12:40pm
  Athletics & ASB Activities Website Links: Newport HS Athletics NHS clubs: NHS Activities   Useful Links: Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School